Fine Georgian Neo-Classical ten panel oak doorway with fluted columns and corbelled architrave, surmounted by a triangular pediment with mermaid cap. The doorway comes from Hurstbourne House, Hampshire, once the seat of the Earls of Portsmouth, the mermaid forming part of the family's coat of arms. Jane Austen attended balls at this grand house and its name appears in her writings.
Height 2055 mm
Width 985 mm